Cardinal Markus Rogan Honored in Austria
Jan. 29, 2004
Vienna, Austria - Stanford Cardinal and Austrian backstroke specialist Markus Rogan has been honored with the 'Silbernes Ehrenzeichen fï¿½r Verdienste fï¿½r die Republik Osterreich' (Silver Medal for Service to the Austrian Republic), in recognition of his swimming success, reports Insweep.com.
Rogan, 22, won silver in the 200 meter backstroke at the 2001 Worlds and silver in both the 100m and 200m back at the 2002 Europeans.
The honour, considered one of the most prestigious the Austrian Republic can confer, was presented to Rogan's family and his girlfriend on Monday, as he is in the U.S., where he stars on the Stanford University swim team.
courtesy of swiminfo.com
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